Ford's luxury division is in a transition mode, and the 2016 Lincoln MKS, for one, is about to transition its way right out of the Lincoln lineup. In its place will be a new flagship sedan for the brand, in the form of a reborn Lincoln Continental that's slated to go on sale this fall. Until that time, the MKS will serve as a surprisingly high value choice for luxury brands, thanks to an MSRP that is, literally, tens of thousands of dollars lower than for similarly sized, foreign-branded luxury sedans. The MKS even undercuts the cost of its archrival from Cadillac, the XTS.
But does the Lincoln still furnish the fullsize luxury needed to compete with those vehicles? Let’s find out!